WHAT IS SELF-CARE?
According to Action for Healthy Kids, “Self-Care is for everyone. Simply put, self-care is the practice of taking actions to improve health…both physically and emotionally. Kids and adults need time to refresh, recharge, and unwind from work, school, and current events. While it’s important to focus on self-care individually, it is also important to prioritize as a family to support healthy communication and a better understanding for how to support our loved ones” (2019)
It only takes a few modest steps and a brainstorm session to make self-care a priority at home.
Get creative and modify your activities over time. Be flexible and structure activities in a way that supports you and your family. Keep it simple and look for opportunities to laugh together!
ESSENTIAL SELF-CARE CHECKLIST
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